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Our Online Driver Ed Guide: What Do We Offer in Your State?

28 Jan

First Time Driver is a resource offered by the American Safety Council designed to equip individuals with the tools and information that they need to get their first driver’s license. We offer a variety of courses across America to serve the needs of new drivers who are faced with different state requirements. To help you […]

Driving in Georgia: Understanding Joshua’s Law

22 Jan

As you may know, driver’s license laws vary from state to state and unfortunately are oftentimes put into place because of a local tragedy that has taken place. This is the case with Joshua’s Law, a Georgia-specific law that applies to sixteen-year-olds who want to get their driver’s license. Here’s a little bit of background […]

How to Transfer Your Driver’s License to Another State

27 Dec

For many people, a new year means a new beginning. As 2015 swings into full gear, many of us will be making positive New Year’s resolutions and trying to stick to them. If one of your resolutions involves moving to a new city, there are a few logistical things you may need to take care […]

How to Choose the Right Driver Education

7 Jul

Learning to drive for the first time can be quite intimidating. Cars zipping past you as you try to take a firm grip on the steering wheel, knowing how to park so you don’t damage someone else’s car, and juggling the gas pedal and the brake pedal are all ways that can make anyone nervous […]

How To Do A 3-Point Turn

4 Jun

Learn how to complete a 3-point turn in this great instructional video. While classically known as a 3-point turn due to the physical maneuvering of the car, there are many steps to consider to complete this type of turn safely. Get more essential tips at http://blog.americansafetycouncil.com. Enjoy!

Getting Your Florida Driver’s Permit

9 Dec

Ready to get your first license? A Florida learner’s permit, or restricted license, is a permit issued to drivers at least 15 years of age of have met the minimum requirements of the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles. Those requirements include passing a written, hearing and vision exam, as well as completing a traffic law […]